Things To Do in the Oxfordshire Cotswolds

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  1. Add Finstock - Holy Trinity Church to your Itinerary

    Finstock - Holy Trinity Church

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    Finstock

    Holy Trinity was built in Gothic Revival style in 1841, though then it only consisted of the nave. The chancel was added in 1905 - then intention was to demolish and rebuild the nave as well but the money available didn't match the vicar's ambitions…

  2. Add Hailey - St John the Evangelist Church to your Itinerary

    Hailey - St John the Evangelist Church

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    Hailey

    St John the Evangelist is Victorian, built in 1868/9 to replace an 18th century church close by. Built in the French Gothic style with prominent buttresses and an unusual bell turret.

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  1. Add Freedom of the Press Winery to your Itinerary

    Freedom of the Press Winery

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    Vineyard

    Minster Lovell

    A micro-winery in the Cotswolds making premium, modern wines from English grapes.

  2. Add Cogges Manor Farm to your Itinerary

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    Cogges Manor Farm

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    Heritage/Visitor Centre

    Witney

    Cogges Manor Farm is a historic farmstead and home to Downton Abbey’s Yew Tree Farm. It is a beautifully preserved collection of farm buildings, manor house, and walled garden, set in its own grounds, with farm animals, outdoor adventure play and…

  3. Add Combe Mill to your Itinerary

    Combe Mill

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    Heritage/Visitor Centre

    Witney

    A 19th century sawmill with rare working steam beam engine and waterwheel. Other small steam engines and model engines. Rural artefacts, visiting craftsmen and working forge

  4. Add Cineworld (Witney) to your Itinerary

    Cineworld (Witney)

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    Cinema

    Witney

    Modern five screen multiplex cinema set in the Marriotts Walk Shopping Centre in Witney.

    Rated Disabled Friendly by The Advance & Cottsway Disability Group

    "Automatic, press button. Fairly easy but double doors made access slightly more…

  5. Add Cogges - St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    Cogges - St Mary's Church

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    Witney

    The church has an unusual tower; positioned in the north west corner of the church it is square at ground stage, octagonal at upper stages with a pyramid roof, and is characteristic of Normandy churches.

  6. Add Church Hanborough - St Peter & St Paul Church to your Itinerary

    Church Hanborough - St Peter & St Paul Church

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    Church Hanborough

    The church's octagonal limestone spire is visible from all around. Dating back to 12C, the church was internally remodelled in 14C

  7. Add Charlbury Museum to your Itinerary

    Charlbury Museum

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    Museum

    Charlbury

    Charlbury Museum is an independent museum, run entirely by volunteers. Its five rooms are crammed with exhibits revealing the history of this ancient market town. There is plenty here to interest both adults and children.

  8. Add Combe - St Laurence's Church to your Itinerary

    Combe - St Laurence's Church

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    Combe

    St Laurence, a place of worship for more than 600 years, has a number of interesting features including 15th century wall painitings, a 1634 pulpit cloth. and several bale tombs in the churchyard.

  9. Add Heythrop - St Nicholas' Church to your Itinerary

    Heythrop - St Nicholas' Church

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    Chadlington, Chipping Norton

    There has been a church at Heythrop since at least 1086, and today the old church still survives as a small chapel with a fine Norman doorway and interesting external carvings. After the Reformation this remained the main parish church until Albert…

  10. Add North Leigh Roman Villa to your Itinerary

    North Leigh Roman Villa

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    Historic Site

    Witney

    The remains of a large and well-built Roman courtyard villa facing south east over the Evenlode valley. The most important feature is a near complete mosaic floor, which can be seen through a viewing window.

    This is an English Heritage site with…

  11. Add South Leigh - St James the Great Church to your Itinerary

    South Leigh - St James the Great Church

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    South Leigh

    St James the Great is full of interest with several fine medieval wall paintings, some very old stained glass, a 15th century font, and a 16th brass. The pulpit is Jacobean and it was here that John Wesley, who went on to found Methodism, preached…

  12. Add Witney Museum to your Itinerary

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    Witney Museum

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    Museum

    High Street, Witney

    A local history museum highlighting the changes that have taken place in Witney over the last 1,000 years.

  13. Add Ascott under Wychwood - Holy Trinity Church to your Itinerary

    Ascott under Wychwood - Holy Trinity Church

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    Ascott under Wychwood

    Holy Trinity is set in the heart of the beautiful village of Ascott-under-Wychwood. It abounds with fascinating historical features and has been the centre of worship in the village for some 900 years.

  14. Add Witney - St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    Witney - St Mary's Church

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    Witney

    Though with Norman origins, the present building is mostly 13th century and was dedicated in 1243. The 156ft spire is a notable landmark, visible for miles around.

  15. Add Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote to your Itinerary

    Minster Lovell Hall and Dovecote

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    Historic Site

    Witney

    Ruins of a large 15th century manor set around courtyard. Situated in attractive settings on the banks of the River Windrush. A skeleton found in 18th century is said to be that of Lord Lovell.

  16. Add Asthall- St Nicholas Church to your Itinerary

    Asthall- St Nicholas Church

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    Asthall

    A 12th century church in the Windrush Valley, with a 14th century transept converted into a chantry chapel. This has a very rare small 14th century altar with a built-in piscina, two reliquaries and a huge tomb recess housing a delicately carved…

  17. Add Leafield - St Michael and All Angels Church to your Itinerary

    Leafield - St Michael and All Angels Church

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    Leafield

    The present church was built in 1859-60 to a design by Sir George Gilbert Scott, one of a trio of eminent Victorian architects. The original spire was rebuilt in 1865 and further shortened in 1934. Even so, the church is visible for many miles…

  18. Add Shorthampton - All Saints Church to your Itinerary

    Shorthampton - All Saints Church

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    Chipping Norton

    The hamlet of Shorthampton consists of little more than a farm and the church. The church has an usual, boxlike appearance: no tower or spire, shallow roofs and square headed windows. Inside there are a number of unusual features but what…

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St Oswald's Church at Widford (photo Helena Sylvester)